relicts





relict 
/ˈrɛlɪkt/
→ noun
1 a thing which has survived from an earlier period or in a primitive form.
 • an animal or plant that has survived while others of its group have become extinct, e.g. the coelacanth. • a population that now survives in only a few localities. 


If we put it this way, we all are built of relicts, each one building up the person we are right now. The people we leave behind, the times our hearts were broken, our happiest moments, they are now only relicts, and can only live in our minds and personality. They build our personality and guide us into a future.  

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